"I feel all that we've done is awaken a sleeping giant and filled him with a terrible resolve."
I asked him if he knew that the HLR implemented "Affirmative Action" policies in selecting editors for the HLR beginning in 1982. (Google Erwin N. Griswold "The Harvard Law Review: Glimpses of its History from an Aficionado, published in 1987) Wikipedia says that the process for selecting editors is as follows: 14 are selected based on a combination of their first year scores and a writing competition. Another 20 are selected on the basis of the writing competition and the remaining editors are selected on a DISCRETIONARY BASIS. Of the 80 editors in Obama's year, 46 were selected on that discretionary basis. Obama was elected President - not selected based on merit, published works, etc. - from a group of 19 of those 80. His first popularity contest win.
I asked my friend which group he thought Obama was in, the 14, the next 20 or the group of 46? His response, "fascinating". Who knows, perhaps he will look into it a little more. It is up to us to do the work that the Liberal Media won't.